Prodigy Sports is pleased to announce the recent placement of Louise Murray as Senior Vice President, Business Operations of TD Garden.
Murray previously served as Vice President, Creative Entertainment at The Walt Disney Company and has also spent the last seven years as an independent Management Consultant. Murray serves as President of her own management consulting services company. Prior, she spent most of her career at Cirque Du Soleil, serving as Vice President, Tour Planning and Partnerships; Assistant General Manager, Touring Shows; Tour Services Director; and additional roles throughout her time there. Murray also spent over seven years with Tennis Canada, as Special Projects Manager and Tournament Coordinator.
In her new role, Murray will maximize the event schedule strategy and growth, overseeing and supporting innovative technology initiatives to leverage visible and strategic vision for TD Garden and grow Delaware North. In addition, she will be responsible for developing and managing all operational facility, event scheduling and management, operational functions and personnel related to ensure client satisfaction, retention and maximization of guest experience and profitability.
About Delaware North/TD Garden
Delaware North is one of the world’s leading hospitality and food service providers. Its family of companies includes Delaware North Parks & Resorts, Delaware North Gaming & Entertainment, Delaware North Travel Hospitality Services, Delaware North Sportservice, Delaware North International and Delaware North Boston, owner of TD Garden. Delaware North is one of the largest privately held companies in the United States with revenues exceeding $2 billion annually and 60,000 associates serving half a billion customers in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand.
Delaware North Boston is home to the TD Garden and Boston Bruins of the National Hockey League. The TD Garden has long been one of the must-play sporting and entertainment venues in the world. Anchor tenants include the Bruins and the NBA Celtics, some of the most successful franchises in their respective leagues. That notwithstanding, Delaware North Boston has built a championship squad off the ice, court and field, as well, that’s dedicated to delivering first-rate sporting and entertainment experiences. Pair that with the commitment of the Jacobs family, which has owned the arena and the Boston Bruins since 1975, and all signs point to victory.
Prodigy Sports welcomes Louise Murray to Boston!
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